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Bus Pullover from Roo Designs: Child's sweater 6 months(1,2,4,6 years) measuring 10(12,13,14,15)". You will need DK weight yarn, 220 (330,330,330,440) yards of MC, 1 skein each of Color B,C,D, US 6 (4 mm) needles OR size required to obtain gauge. Gauge is 22 stitches/30 rows for 4" using US 6 needles. $6.70

Bus Pullover from Roo Designs: Child's sweater 6 months(1,2,4,6 years) measuring 10(12,13,14,15)". You will need DK weight yarn, 220 (330,330,330,440) yards of MC, 1 skein each of Color B,C,D, US 6 (4 mm) needles OR size required to obtain gauge. Gauge is 22 stitches/30 rows for 4" using US 6 needles. $6.70

Modèle pull rayé Layette - Modèles Layette - Phildar

Modèle pull rayé Layette - Modèles Layette - Phildar

Custom Slot - Hoodee

Custom Slot - Hoodee

baby sweater and hat knitting patterns

baby sweater and hat knitting patterns

Ravelry: Project Gallery for Boy Sweater pattern by Lisa Chemery

Boy Sweater pattern by Lisa Chemery

Ravelry: Project Gallery for Boy Sweater pattern by Lisa Chemery

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Boy Sweater pattern by Lisa Chemery

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I made my sweaters from scraps of Rowan Pure Wool Superwash Worsted leftover from the Martin Storey Afghan KAL and the Kaffe Fassett KAL. In the model sweater, I used a fourth color for the back, but the pattern is written for three colors. This is meant to be a real scrappy sweater and as long as you make gauge and use a soft, machine-washable yarn (it’s for baby after all), you can be thrifty and raid your stash using 3, 4, 5 or more colors. The color possibilities are endless and I can’t…

I made my sweaters from scraps of Rowan Pure Wool Superwash Worsted leftover from the Martin Storey Afghan KAL and the Kaffe Fassett KAL. In the model sweater, I used a fourth color for the back, but the pattern is written for three colors. This is meant to be a real scrappy sweater and as long as you make gauge and use a soft, machine-washable yarn (it’s for baby after all), you can be thrifty and raid your stash using 3, 4, 5 or more colors. The color possibilities are endless and I can’t…

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